INTENSE, ACTIVE NIGHT-the digital recorder captured the sound of 7 footsteps, it sounds likes boots going down a set of stairs.

June 19, 2017

8pm-10pm 4 guests

 

Keith and I arrived turned on K2 meters in the piano room and received four spikes as if someone came to say hello to us.  We walked through the house and also received K2 spikes on the 2nd floor in the hallway outside the ‘blue room’ and inside the ‘blue room’.

 

Guests arrived and we began tour.  The six of us were sitting in chairs in the cistern using the dowsing rods; I established cross the rods for yes and push them apart for no.  I then asked “if there is anyone in here with us can you cross the rods please?”  A deep male voice was captured on the digital recorder that said “Go!”

 

None of us heard that voice at the time it was captured.  I asked again “is there anyone in here?”  The rods crossed.  I then asked “can you point the rods to where you are standing?” the rods pointed toward the door out of the cistern.  The rods would straighten out and with every question we asked they kept pointing toward the same door.

 

Five of us were sitting in Prostitutes room #2 trying the dowsing rods and Keith was on the second floor alone with the recorder in his pocket walking through the hall when there were 3 distinct knocks heard as if on a door.  He did not hear the knocks at the time and came downstairs to join us shortly thereafter.

 

Twenty minutes later all six of us went up to the attic.  Everyone was sitting either in a chair or on the floor when the digital recorder captured the faint sound of 7 footsteps, it sounds likes boots going down a set of stairs.  The sixth and seventh steps sounded more faint than the first through fifth steps.

 

Footsteps are common, but never the exact same? Always in a new direction, and or the sound changes, depending on the intensity....

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